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While a petition pressing for a public inquiry into the political and financial management of the project remains alive – despite a less-than-warm reception from a Scottish Parliament committee.
Scottish Conservatives refuse to comment on group situation.
Councillor Donald Kelly contacted the Courier after reading last week’s front page story in which Kintyre resident Tommy Macpherson voiced concern over the ‘lack of engagement’ on the issues facing Campbeltown Grammar School.
A South Kintyre councillor has written to Argyll and Bute Council’s chief executive asking her to reconsider the decision to close amenity sites including at the Roading in Campbeltown.
‘The NHS has been dragging its heels over this project and it’s past time that it was delivered.’
‘We’ve agreed to work together to focus in the short-term on providing further opportunities through the local business network.’
There is understood to be 94 employees at the site and up to 73 could be made redundant.